Here we go again New York Magazine effectively pushed a boycott of local Chick-fil-A restaurants Friday, suggesting that New Yorkers get their chicken sandwich fixes from a list of other eateries. Good
A new scam has been discovered that manipulates Android devices to earn ad revenue without the user’s knowledge. The scam, unearthed by fraud detection firm called Protected Media (with additional investigating
Apple today updated a number of its video-related Mac apps, including Final Cut Pro, Motion, Compressor, and iMovie. Most of the updates are minor in scale, focusing on bug fixes and under-the-hood performance
Understanding Aurora, by the numbers. A government laboratory in Illinois will receive the fastest supercomputer in the United States in 2021, and it will be the first to hit what’s called exascale-level
It translated “HELLO” into DNA and back again -- and it only took 21 hours. Microsoft is on its way to replacing data centers with DNA. The company and researchers from the University of Washington have
You can group your food orders with others in your neighborhood. A new feature from Postmates lets people who live close to each other score free food delivery. The popular food delivery app's new "Party"
If you didn't know you had until January 2020, you do now. Microsoft really, really wants you to know that Windows 7's security updates will end soon. A newly deployed update will warn users that Microsoft
It's a glimpse at a life beyond consoles. There's a good chance we'll remember Google's Stadia announcement as a landmark moment in gaming. In one fell swoop, Google laid out its plans for an ambitious
At its 2019 “Cloud Summit” industry conference in Hong Kong, Huawei unveiled a new blockchain-based cloud service. Huawei Cloud now offers blockchain oriented services designed to help Hong Kong-based
Google’s Stadia game-streaming platform works on a number of screens, but Google wants to give you a controller to take on all of these displays. Sure, you can use your regular keyboard and mouse or a
Onstage at GDC, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced the company’s latest big initiative, taking on the entire gaming industry with a live-streaming service called Stadia that will be launching this year.